Oat Granola Sandwich Cookies- Semi-homemade via Quaker

Cookies!!! Aren’t they just the most wonderful thing in the world. I personally am obsessed with them and I have reluctantly passed this obsession on to my kids. Every day at some point or another you can find me chomping down on a cookie and because of this my kids think they need to chomp down on one too. Now I’m a sucker for big brown eyes and a puppy dog face so more times than not I cave in and give them not just a cookie but not just any cookie! A healthy energy packed cookie loaded with goodness and more times than not I join them in this sweet treat!

One of our favorite cookies that we enjoy as a family and always have on hand is the Quaker Mixed Berry Cookies. They have the perfect texture and consistency and the hints of berries throughout make them extra special. They are sweet, they are lightly salty and just right for the kids. I never mind giving them one of these and I know I can feel good about it. As spring begins and summer approaches here in the south we are never short of hot days so with these cookies in mind I treated my hungry boys to a nice cold Berry Cookie Yogurt Sandwich.

Now, typically the cookies are crispy but once they have been slathered with a nice creamy yogurt in the center and frozen- they turn into this incredibly chewy sandwich cookie. The form is still there as they stay together very nicely but the center is nice and soft giving way to the ice cold yogurt. It’s a semi- homemade treat and one that you can easily customize to your liking. Chose from the variety of cookie flavors Quaker has to offer and mix it up by using different flavored yogurt in the middle or even Shh! ICE CREAM! Dip the edges in mini chic chips or sprinkles and the possibilities are endless! Needless to say you will have some happy days ahead!


Why its very simple. Take the cookies- slather your favorite yogurt or slightly softened ice cream on the top of one cookie and place another cookie on top of the filling- forming the perfect cookie sandwich. Place in a ziplic container and freeze for at least 2 hours.  ENJOY!

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  1. yummychunklet

    Ooh, that frosting looks good! My nieces are visiting in two weeks, so I’ll have to make these with them!

    1. kbelleicious

      Oh please tell me how they like it! Using storebought cookies sometimes is the way to go in a pinch!

  2. val

    This is some serious deliciousness!

  3. Anna and Liz Recipes

    Nothing wrong with semi-homemade! Great idea when you are short for time!

  4. Veronica's Kitchen

    Never thought of freezing cookies could be so tasty! You’re so clever! Have a Happy Mother’s Day!

    1. kbelleicious

      The freezing is the best part because as they thaw out you have a moist delicious melt in your mouth cookie!

  5. kitchen flavours

    These look good! I would happily munch on these too, anytime!

  6. Mary

    What a lovely idea – simple is always the best way to go – especially where cookies and frosting are concerned! Delicious
    Mary x

    1. kbelleicious

      The frosting is really just yogurt but you would never know because it is so sweet and creamy! Perfect for the filling

  7. Kristin

    Semin-homemade…My kinda recipe!

  8. Kristin

    Semi-homemade…not semin. Ha!

    1. kbelleicious

      LOL! I knew what you meant! So glad to see you by here! Oh how I have missed you. Its been a while huh? Hope you are doing amazing. Bon Bon Rose Girls is just thriving! So proud of ya’ll!

  9. Eva Taylor

    This would totally rock with home made oatmeal cookies.

  10. Kristy

    I don’t think I would be able to stop Miss A from eating every last one of these. Not only is she a cookie junkie, but also an oat/berry junkie. Then you add yogurt to that mix….she’d be unstoppable. No question. Great idea! Happy Mother’s Day!!!

    1. kbelleicious

      I know! My boys keep asking for another and another and I was like NO! You are going to make yourself sick! LOL!

  11. Helene

    I would love to try them. Happy Mother’s day!

  12. Roz

    I could eat filled cookies all day long and any oatmeal cookie is a friend of mine! Happy Mother’s Day Jessica!!!!!!


  13. Malli

    What a neat idea!! and healthy too. I love berries and cookies too:)

  14. Sues

    Love this!! I would totalyl put Fluff in between mine 🙂

    1. kbelleicious

      Oh fluff is where it is at for me of course but yogurt is easy and healthy for the kids! Mom has to have her own “special cookie! LOL!

  15. lena

    dont think we hv these cookies available here but i like the idea of sandwiching them with ice cream!

    1. kbelleicious

      If you don;t have them girl I have a great homemade oatmeal sandwich cookie recipe here on my site= here is the link http://www.kitchenbelleicious.com/2012/04/20/old-fashioned-oatmeal-pies/

  16. Nami | Just One Cookbook

    Love this easy quick delicious recipe! I would love to make ice cream sandwich with this!

  17. Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

    I’m all for ice cream sandwiches and this looks divine!!

  18. Amy Tong

    I love sandwich cookies. hey, 2 cookies are always better than one, right? 🙂 I think so, especially with such a yummy and healthy filling in between!

    1. kbelleicious

      more like 3 are better than 1 right? Lol! thanks amy for stopping by!

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